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2005/124/1-16 Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, New South Wales Government Astronomer W E Cooke at Goondiwindi, paper, photographer unknown, Goondiwindi, Queensland, Australia, 1922. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of NSW Government Astronomer William Cooke at Goondiwindi

Photographed
Photographic print, W E Cooke at Goondiwindi, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922

Black and white photograph of W E Cooke at Goondiwindi. He is sitting at a work bench in a corrugated iron building, holding a pencil over some note books. He is wearing a three piece suit and has his left hand resting on his leg.
Caption on verso reads 'MR COOK [sic] (Government Astronomer) / AT GOONDIWINDI'

Summary

Object No.

2005/124/1-16

Object Statement

Photograph, part of collection owned by James Short, black and white, New South Wales Government Astronomer W E Cooke at Goondiwindi, paper, photographer unknown, Goondiwindi, Queensland, Australia, 1922

Physical Description

Photographic print, W E Cooke at Goondiwindi, paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1922

Black and white photograph of W E Cooke at Goondiwindi. He is sitting at a work bench in a corrugated iron building, holding a pencil over some note books. He is wearing a three piece suit and has his left hand resting on his leg.
Caption on verso reads 'MR COOK [sic] (Government Astronomer) / AT GOONDIWINDI'

Marks

Reverse, 'MR COOK [sic] (Government Astronomer) / AT GOONDIWINDI'

Dimensions

Height

165 mm

Width

215 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of NSW Government Astronomer William Cooke at Goondiwindi 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 May 2021, <https://ma.as/372827>

Wikipedia

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